OSU TPS Traffic Signals

Status

Existing

Descripton

A traffic signal, also known as traffic light, is a signaling device positioned at a road intersection, pedestrian crossing, or other location that indicates which driver, rider, or walker is assigned the right-of-way at a given moment, using a universal color code (and a precise sequence for those that are color-blind). 
The Ohio State University Transportation and Parking Services (TPS) owns and operates (in collaboration with the City of Columbus) 14 traffic signals with closed loop, while two have wireless technology.

Stakeholder

The Ohio State University

Functionality

Roadway

Interfaces To

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City of Columbus Traffic Management Center
OSU TPS Dispatch Facility